Stewart showed strength from the start, qualifying fourth and then backing it up with a fourth-place finish in his heat race. In the Main Event, he got a solid start in sixth and was determined to finish inside the top five. The Florida rider made the pass for fifth at the halfway mark and tried to build a gap, but the competition was in pursuit. With six laps to go, the race started to heat up. Stewart was back in sixth, but a few laps later, a couple of riders up front went down, and he advanced to fourth, where he would finish.
Ferrandis had a good start to the evening, also finishing fourth in his heat race. Unfortunately, it did not go as well in the Main Event as the Frenchman found himself outside of the top 10 in 13th. He worked his way to 11th by Lap 6 with his teammate Plessinger slotted behind him. The pair exchanged positions as they closed the gap on the competition. With nine laps to go, Ferrandis moved into the top 10 and then advanced to ninth on the following lap. In the end, he crossed the line eighth for his third top-10 finish at the tripleheader. Plessinger, who was coming off a season-best performance at Indianapolis 2, ended the night in 11th.
The Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing 450 team heads south to Orlando, Florida, for Round 7 of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship at Camping World Stadium on Saturday, February 13.